Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T700
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Darius S., Amazon
30 January 2013
Summary: I got this camera for christmas, as I got tired of my Bloggie touch. I am an amateur photographer, and this appealed to me. It takes great pictures for just 10.1 MP... I just rather would have a capacative touch screen rather than a resistive. Lastly, buy a bigger battery for extended use. The stock one's life is too short.
Summary: I had the original Sony DSC-T1 and thought this camera would be a nice upgrade to replace it. Photos were blurry enough that after about a year I gave up on it and bought another Sony camera for half the price with a more conventional lens. My T1 was flawless, and this lens seems to be a regression in technology.
Summary: I bought this camera at a store when it came out. It cost me $400. The quality of this camera at the time was beautiful. HD pictures looked really good. Use this when I went to San Francisco when it was raining and was taking pictures. Camera worked fine in the rain. I had to sell the Camera but i bought this for cheap on Amazon. Camera comes with 4gb internal memory. Camera last long enough with the stock battery. With a 10MP Camera quality is awesome I love it.
Summary: I purchased this camera in January, and have regretted it ever since. Everything is worked via touchscreen, which is great for my iPhone, but with this camera, it means that real time and effort is required to change picture settings. This is worst when it comes to video. With my old T-100 (which I loved) you could flip a switch and be instantly in video mode. With the T-700, you need to turn the camera on, then start working the touch screen to get there.
Summary: I am one for aesthetics, and that's one of the sole reasons I purchased this camera. The slick brushed aluminum body, the 3.5 inch brilliant touch-screen display, and it's slim profile. Basically I needed a decent sub-compact point and shoot camera, and the first time I saw the T700 in the store, I knew it's what I wanted. I'm not a huge camera buff, so I can't speak in depth of the optics.
Summary: Pros: 4 GB of memory, touch screen looks great, pictures come out nice, in-camera editing is useful Cons: reds are a bit over-saturated, but you have to look for it to notice it This camera is so much fun to use. I don't need a memory card (because of the abundant amount of internal memory) and the pictures are as good as they look on the xtra fine touch screen.